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1. Universal Algebra -- From Wolfram MathWorld
Universal algebra studies common properties of all algebraic structures, including groups, rings, fields, lattices, etc. A universal algebra is a pair A=(A,(f_i^A)_(i in I)), where
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Extractions: Universal Algebra Universal algebra studies common properties of all algebraic structures, including groups rings fields lattices , etc. A universal algebra is a pair , where and are sets and for each is an operation on . The algebra is finitary if each of its operations is finitary. A set of function symbols (or operations) of degree is called a signature (or type). Let be a signature. An algebra is defined by a domain (which is called its carrier or universe) and a mapping that relates a function to each -place function symbol from Let and be two algebras over the same signature , and their carriers are and , respectively. A mapping is called a homomorphism from to if for every and all If a homomorphism is onto , then it is called epimorphism . If is an epimorphism , then is called a homomorphic image of . If the homomorphism is a bijection , then it is called an isomorphism . On the class of all algebras, define a relation by if and only if there is an isomorphism from onto . Then the relation is an equivalence relation . Its equivalence classes are called isomorphism classes, and are typically proper classes.

2. Keith A. Kearnes
University of Colorado. Algebra, Logic, Combinatorics. Resources in general algebra, universal algebra and lattice theory.

3. Universal Algebra And Diagrammatic Reasoning
John Baez Lectures at Geometry of Computation 2006 January 30 February 3, 2006 Universal Algebra and Diagrammatic Reasoning Since the introduction of category theory, the old
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4. Universal Algebra Basic Idea Examples Groups Modules
Universal Algebra Basic Idea Examples Groups Modules Canadian Gateway, Business Guides, Entertainment, Travel. Listing and reviews of Canadian Web sites.
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Extractions: var GLB_RIS='http://www.masterliness.com';var GLB_RIR='/cincshared/external';var GLB_MMS='http://www.masterliness.com';var GLB_MIR='/site/image';GLB_MML='/'; document.write(''); document.write(''); document.write(''); document.write(''); Science People Non User Locations ... Timeline A2('N'); Index: A B C D ... Z A3('s','.','htm','','N'); Universal algebra is the field of mathematics that studies the ideas common to all algebraic structure s. From the point of view of universal algebra, an algebra is a set A together with a collection of operations on A . An n ary operation on A is a function that takes n elements of A and returns a single element of A . Thus, a 0-ary operation (or nullary operation ) is simply an element of A , or a constant , often denoted by a letter like a . A 1-ary operation (or unary operation ) is simply a function from A to A , often denoted by a symbol placed in front of its argument, like ~ x . A 2-ary operation (or binary operation ) is often denoted by a symbol placed between its arguments, like x y . Operations of higher or unspecified arity are usually denoted by function symbols, with the arguments placed in parentheses and separated by commas, like

University of Waterloo - Universal algebra, logic, computers.
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6. Universal Algebra And Applications In Theoretical Computer Science
Over the past 20 years, the emergence of clone theory, hyperequational theory, commutator theory and tame congruence theory has led to a growth of universal algebra both in
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7. Prof. Kaiser
University of Houston - Mathematical logic, universal algebra, lattice theory and logic programming.
http://math.uh.edu/~klaus/

Extractions: The easiest way to reach me is by sending e-mail to kkaiser@uh.edu . Students and UH colleagues should use my other e-mail: klaus@math.uh.edu . You may also send me snail-mail via the Department of Mathematics, University of Houston, Houston, TX77204-3476. Information on my 2010 Fall Online course Math 5331 Linear Algebra (Online) First Information on my Fall 2010 course Advanced Linear Algebra 4377 I came to the University of Houston in 1969 with a degree from the University of Bonn (PhD 1966, Habilitation 1973, Darmstadt). My main research interests are in Mathematical Logic, Universal Algebra, Lattice Theory and Logic Programming. Some of my papers, e.g., on quasi-universal and projective model classes are with Manfred Armbrust who retired from the University of Cologne. A paper on non-standard lattice theory is with two of my former Ph.D. students Mai Gehrke and Matt Insall . We had this paper dedicated to Abraham Robinson.

8. Fields, Meadows And Abstract Data Types
by J Bergstra 2008 - Cited by 6 - Related articles
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9. Universal Algebra@Everything2.com
This fairly modern field of mathematics (i.e. it has only sprung into existence during the 20th Century) came into being partly because of the myriad different algebraic
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Extractions: Near Matches Ignore Exact thing by carnun Tue Jul 17 2001 at 13:22:58 This fairly modern field of mathematics (i.e. it has only sprung into existence during the 20th Century) came into being partly because of the myriad different algebraic structures that were studied during the 19th Century and the earlier part of the 20th. Universal algebra aims to find generic ways in which to view all these different kinds of structures (e.g. Boolean Algebras groups and rings ). In this way solutions from one field of algebra can be translated and used successfully in different settings. The earliest writings relating to universal algebra can be traced back to A. N. Whitehead G. Birkhoff universal algebra Much of the work done in universal algebra involves the study of class operators , equational classes ( varieties ) and clones of operations. This particular field of mathematics is closely related to the fields of algebraic logic mathematical logic and model theory I like it! C! printable version ... Noncommutative Geometry Y'know, if you log in , you can write something here, or contact authors directly on the site.

10. A Course In Universal Algebra :: FreeTechBooks.com
Sufficiently develops a few themes central to universal algebra to bring the reader to the brink of current research. This text is not intended to be encyclopedic.
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11. Zuniga-Galindo, Wilson
Barry University. Algebraic geometry, number theory, p-adic analysis.
http://euclid.barry.edu/~zuniga/

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Extractions: Login Join User Search views since 2010-10-10. The poster is not available. Universal Algebra heralded as ". . . the standard reference in a field notorious for the lack of standardization . . .", has become the most authoritative, consistently relied on text in a field with applications in other branches of algebra and other fields such as combinatorics, geometry, and computer science. Each chapter is followed by an extensive list of exercises and problems. The "state of the art" account also includes new appendices (with contributions from B. Jč´¸nsson, R. Quackenbush, W. Taylor, and G. Wenzel) and a well selected additional bibliography of over 1250 papers and books which makes this an indispensable new edition for students, faculty, and workers in the field. "In this reviewer's opinion [the author] has more than succeeded in his aim. The problems at the end of each chapter are well-chosen; there are more than 650 of them. The book is especially suitable for self-study, as the author frequently provides ample explanation not only of what he is proving, but also of how and why he is proving it. As a reference work for the specialist or a text for the student, the book is highly recommended."

Carleton University. Algebraic number fields and elliptic curves. Publications, course information, and links.
http://www.math.carleton.ca/~salaca/

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15. Gratzer G (2008) Universal Algebra; 0387774866; Springer
Universal Algebra heralded as . . . the standard reference in a field notorious for the lack of standardization . . . , has become the most authoritative, consistently relied on
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16. Brown University Mathematics Department
Brown University. Algebraic number theory and topology. Pictures, research papers, notes, transparencies.
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17. Universal Algebra And Lattice Theory Bibliography
The University of Hawaii and Alan Day Memorial Universal Algebra and Lattice Theory Bibliographic Database Instructions. Start by entering the last name (capitalized correctly but
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Extractions: Instructions. Start by entering the last name (capitalized correctly but accents omitted) of someone (perhaps yourself) in the Author field and leaving the other fields blank. Or enter one or two words in the Title field. After playing a little be sure to update your own entries. Detailed instructions Ways to use the database

Oklahoma State University. Algebraic number theory and algebraic groups, with methods from functional analysis and analytic number theory.
http://www.math.okstate.edu/~wrightd/

Extractions: I am a mathematician on the faculty of Oklahoma State University. My home page is divided up into the following areas of information: Current Teaching Schedule My resume and other personal information Some facts about my education, career and family are given here. Guide to my published works. MSRI MathGraphics info: notes and info about lectures Number Theory and PARI This a web supplement I created to the textbook Elementary Number Theory and its Applications by Ken Rosen. It contains among other things: The Indra's Pearls Web Site Information on a book about kleinian groups which I co-authored and which is now published by Cambridge University Press. MATH 6490: Indra's Pearls Course Materials The course ran in the spring of 2004. Introduction to Dynamical Systems and Fractals These are the materials I prepared for a course given in the spring of 1996, including a 170-page book processed in latex2html. Symmetry Web This is a World Wide Web machine for experimenting with symmetry groups of simple geometric figures.

19. Personal WWW Page - Michal Bulant
Masaryk University. Algebraic and computational number theory; symbolic computing. Papers, texts, resources.
http://www.math.muni.cz/~bulik/index_en.html

Extractions: Timetable Official homepage at the University List of publications I am teaching several algebra-related courses, you can obtain more info (in Czech) in the Czech version of these pages. I am a lecturer at the Department of Mathematics of the Faculty of Science My interest topics include Number theory computers (especially Linux, and GNU software) I also participate in the organization of the Mathematical Olympiad. Some genealogical information of Bulant family. Created using and PSGML and verified to be valid. You are visitor No. . (since March 1996). Michal Bulant bulant at math.muni.cz

20. Budden
Armstrong Atlantic State University. Algebraic Number Theory, Automorphic Forms, Representation Theory. Publications.
http://www.math.armstrong.edu/faculty/budden/

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